Tract 3 of Clark Creek Estates is a 245 acre parcel 15 minutes from Plains and an hour and a half from Missoula or Kalispell. There is power near the property and within reasonable distance of a building site along the west side of the property. Fantastic views and privacy gives this property appeal. Whitetail deer, mule deer, turkey and grouse are common in the area and adjoining Weyerhaeuser ownership provides thousands of additional acres for non-motorized recreation. Enjoy hunting out your back door!
Legal: Tract 1C of COS 3423RB, Section 30, Twn. 21 N., Rng. 25 W., PMM, Sanders Co., MT
Zoning: None known
Current Use: Timber
Reservations: None known
Location: Sanders County, Montana
Estimated Annual 2017 Taxes: $300
Average Elevation: 3,600’
Access: The property is located approximately 6 miles north of Plains, Montana via the Upper Lynch Creek (paved) County Road. Legal access to the property off the Upper Lynch Creek Road is across the southern portion of Clark Creek Loop.
Encumbering Easements: There are easements benefitting adjoining parcels. Stimson will retain rights across the property to benefit remaining ownership as desired. There is an irrigation ditch easement crossing the property as well.
Electric Power: Overhead power is near the Clark Creek Loop. See property map for details of its approximate location.
Surface Water: There is an irrigation ditch crossing the property. There are no water rights associated with it.
Mineral Rights: None known.
Terrain: The topography is varied across the parcel. However, there is plenty of area for a residence, outbuildings, small pasture development or further subdivision.
Vegetation: the property is well-stocked with ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and grand fir trees throughout the property. Larger trees are 8" to 12" diameter at breast height. Total estimated volume (including merchantable and sub-merchantable volume) on the Tract is approximately 634 mbf (thousand board feet).
Covenants: There are no covenants or other restrictions on the use of the property. If the Buyer has intentions of further subdivision, formal subdivision review at the county level will be necessary.
Site Improvements: There are no approved well or septic sites on the property. Fencing is limited and portions may be in poor condition. Overhead electric utility is located near the western property boundary.